Mario Carreño Morales

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Mario Carreño y Morales
Born May, 24, 1913
Havana, Cuba
Died December 20, 1999
Santiago de Chile, Chile

Mario Carreño y Morales (May, 24, 1913 in Havana, Cuba – December 20, 1999 in Santiago de Chile, Chile) was a Cuban painter.

He studied painting at the Academia de San Alejandro, Havana, Cuba from 1925 until 1926. In 1934, he studied at the Real Academia de Bellas Artes de San Fernando, Madrid, Spain. In 1937 he was a student at the Ecole des Arts appliqués, Paris, France and that same year, at the Académie Julian, Paris, France. Among his teachers was Jaime Colson.

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Many of his pieces are in the permanent collections of:

References[edit]

  • Mario Carreño: Selected Works (1936-1957), by Jesús Fernández Torna. ISBN 978-0-615-58712-7
  • Vicente Báez, Virilio Pinera, Calvert Casey, and Anton Arrufat, Editors; Pintores Cubanos, Editors; Ediciones Revolucion, Havana, Cuba 1962 (Spanish)
  • Jose Veigas-Zamora, Cristina Vives Gutiérrez, Adolfo V. Nodal, Valia Garzón, Dannys Montes de Oca; Memoria: Cuban Art of the 20th Century; (California/International Arts Foundation 2001); ISBN 978-0-917571-11-4
  • Jose Viegas; Memoria: Artes Visuales Cubanas Del Siglo XX; (California International Arts 2004); ISBN 978-0-917571-12-1 (Spanish)
  • Eduardo Luis Rodríguez; The Havana Guide: Modern Architecture 1925-1965; (Princeton Architectural Press 2000); ISBN 978-1-56898-210-6

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